First publishedon www.ITSInternational.com
ITS World Congress
in Copenhagen has made additions to its schedule two weeks ahead of the release of early bird tickets. The event will now offer transport and mobility organisations technical visits in the region as well as one-on-one tours into the smart city which will provide information on how it has improved the lives of its citizens.
A boat tour will deliver insights into sustainable solutions for a livable harbour while another one at the Ideon Science Park will present a sneak-peek into the future of mobility. The Danish Outdoor Lighting lab tour will show the testfield, showroom and innovation hub for smart intelligent lighting in a full scale urban environment.
Additionally, Ertico ITS Europe has partnered with the president of the European Parliament's Transport Committee, Karima Delli, on the European Startup Prize for mobility. The scheme's 10 chosen start-ups will attend Europe's major technology events and meet potential investors, partners and clients.
Winners of the award ceremony in Brussels include Cocolis, Maas Global, Klaxit and Cargonexx.
Both the shortlisted companies and the organisers will join other start-ups at the ITS World Congress, where they will exhibit solutions, present their work and share experience.
More information on the technical visits is available on the website.